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Old 11-04-2009, 12:16 PM   #1
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Cool Chocks done - pics to follow

OK. I finally got the chocks (between the wheels) made for the new Wildwood 26bhxl. Had to paint them (DW & son thought they woould looked 'red-neck'). Painted them black so the DW and son will have trouble seeing them when installed.. Any way, all I need now is info on how to post the pics to the site with the chocks installed. All help welcome. Next BIG project: a new pad to park it on. Have to fix one that is reasonably level (we live in WV - not much level land here). I'll keep the gang posted on that one too.
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Old 11-04-2009, 02:01 PM   #2
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Any way, all I need now is info on how to post the pics to the site with the chocks installed. All help welcome.
Click the "Go Advance" button at the bottom of the reply screen. Click the little paper clip at the top of the next screen. Click the "Browse" button on that screen.....that will get you to your computer files. Find the picture(s) that you want, and then hit upload. The pictures will be automatically added to your post, or you can write something, then click a certain picture from the drop down when you hit the paperclip at the top again.

Size wise, if you are using a JPEG file with the Paint program, size it there 1st to fit the screen before you upload the file to the forum.

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Old 11-05-2009, 07:25 AM   #3
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You can also use a file sharing service to hold the photos and then just paste in the link in your post. There are many sites, but I use:

http://community.webshots.com/user/herk69

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Old 12-15-2009, 01:31 PM   #4
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When I made my wheel chocks I also painted them black. After a long weekend trip, my partner and I both thought the other had pulled the chocks and we started pulling out. Guess what happened.... one chock was ruined, the other flew across the road! The ruined one was replaced with a store bought one, and my home made one is now painted BRIGHT Yellow to match it.
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When I made my wheel chocks I also painted them black. After a long weekend trip, my partner and I both thought the other had pulled the chocks and we started pulling out. Guess what happened.... one chock was ruined, the other flew across the road! The ruined one was replaced with a store bought one, and my home made one is now painted BRIGHT Yellow to match it.
I made up a pair over the winter & painted them red for visibility.
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